Educational concept mapping method based on high-frequency words and wikipedia linkage
|Educational concept mapping method based on high-frequency words and wikipedia linkage|
|Published in||Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications, ITA 11|
|Keyword(s)||Concept map, Context-awareness, Intelligent tutoring system, Knowledge acquisition, Vocabulary (Extra: Assistive, Concept mapping, Concept maps, Concept networks, Context-awareness, Educational tools, High-frequency words, Hyperlinks, Intelligent tutoring system, Learning context, Learning mode, Learning objectives, Learning scenarios, Routings, Vocabulary, Wikipedia, Computer aided instruction, Education computing, Hypertext systems, Internet, Knowledge acquisition, Learning systems)|
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Educational concept mapping method based on high-frequency words and wikipedia linkage is a 2011 conference paper written in English by Lahti L. and published in Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications, ITA 11.
We propose a computational method to support the learner's knowledge adoption based on concept mapping relying on three perspectives of learning scenario represented by learning concept networks: learner's knowledge, learning context and learning objective. Each learning concept network is generated based on a set of high-frequency words from a representative text sample that are connected based on the shortest hyperlink chains between corresponding Wikipedia articles. The learner explores ranking-based routings connecting learning concept networks by expanding a concept map in two complementing learning modes: assisted construction and assistive evaluation, with focused and contextualized emphasis. Based on the method we have implemented a prototype of an educational tool and its preliminary testing indicated that the method can well support personalized knowledge adoption.
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